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He fought all the battles, being homeless on the streets and doing drugs at 8. But he made a decision that he believed changed his life.

I’ve seen him working so hard to change and through him I believe that change is possible.

Please take your time to watch this.



“ My idea of Christmas, whether old-fashioned or modern, is very simple: loving others. Come to think of it, why do we have to wait for Christmas to do that?” Bob Hope. That’s why I want to thank several people that we know and others that we doesn’t know, whom over the year have been offering their time and resources to share love to FIKISHA through their support in different ways.

During this Christmas period we summarized your act of kindness by sharing Christ love to FIKISHA family in different ways.  Mother Teresa said ““It is Christmas every time you let God love others through you… yes; it is Christmas every time you smile at your brother and offer him your hand.”

Below are some of the activities that we have held recently:

From 15th – 19th December 2011: FIKISHA Family comprising of the mentors, volunteers and mentees who are already on school scholarship celebrated the Pre- Christmas Holiday at Mombasa, Kenya.

FIKISHA Family: Mentors, volunteers and mentees who are already on school scholarship

Click here for more picture from Mombasa 🙂

On 21st December 2011:  What a better way to celebrate Christmas than to award and recognize the efforts made by the all the mentors; boys and girl in school; family members and  other people who have played a role in the successes of FIKISHA program.

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On 23rd December 2011, we held a Christmas Party for the Miracle Boys who are still on the streets and on rehabilitation to stop the use of harmful drugs that they are using. It was a time for us to celebrate together with the street boys, the birth of Jesus Christ as a family and body of Christ. Also included were clothes donation and shoe donation and warm and sweet lunch.

– Moses Aboka